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Keisel is a great looking boy. Congratulations!
I think the not rewarding him when he leaves the crate is to keep him from wanting out to get a reward. You don't want him trying to get out in order to get a reward. When you reward him for his good behavior as he leaves the crate, he won't associate the treat with his good behavior, he will associate it with getting out of his crate.
Last edited by DanaRuns; 01-15-2013 at 11:16 PM.